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Portland Monthly Staff
Today is my last day as style editor of Portland Monthly after 11 years. Let's walk down memory lane together and check out the hits.
Portland Monthly says goodbye to our senior/shenanigans editor.
Make mom happy with beautiful tunics, lush plants, delightful CBD cocktail mixers, and more.
Eden Dawn and Sam Pape
The new Portland studio makes bold, colorful quilts out of sustainable fabrics.
Day in the Life Gallery lets fine crafts shine in all their glory, and wants to tell you what makes each piece special.
Here’s where to donate, sell, and recycle all the stuff you don’t need anymore.
A Kids Book About Anti-Asian Hate talks about what it means to be Asian American and how to use your voice to stand up to hatred.
The locally loved, zero-fabric waste studio appears to have lost everything to the flames.
Things to Do
From Portland Night Market to Saturday Market to Portland Flea (and more), the in-person multi-vendor market returns.
Fashion in Film
The local costume designer talked to us about everything from crafting teeny puppet outfits to making Nicolas Cage look like he's been living in the woods fo...
Jaime Schmidt, Junea Roche, Pat Welch, and Lynn Le are leading like bosses.
Portland goods and goodies for some cozy recuperating, even if you weren’t just on the slopes
You can help shape the future of cannabis by supporting Black-owned businesses with your choice of bud or dispensary.
There's no magical panacea. But these come close.
A look at three centuries of Portland's fashion scene and its impact on the world.
We talked to the multi-hyphenate designer about her wide-ranging projects.
See Darcelle and company in a special fashion-filled drive-in drag show at Zidell Yards.
The locally owned, family business has been broken into twice in a month in middle-of-the-night attacks.
Cornell Farms reported a more than 40 percent increase in sales in 2020 over the year before.